James Baxter on Mon, 21 Dec 2009 16:28:43 -0700 (MST)

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[s-b] [Oracle] CFI 102/0

> Date: Mon, 21 Dec 2009 23:21:14 +0000
> From: bnomic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> To: spoon-business@xxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: [s-b] [s-d]  Populating the Upper House
> This need clarification. I CFI on "The entity identified as 'Justin Ahmann'
> posting from the email address 'quesmarktion@xxxxxxxxxxxxx' is registered
> as
> a Player of B Nomic by the name 'Codae'."
> Arguments: An entity may not register as a player more than once. The
> entity 
> was already a player when e purported to register with the name Creampuff1.
> Subsequent to that attempted registration, e sent two additional messages
> purporting to register with the names Creampuff2 and Creampuff3. If the
> first
> attempt at registration deregistered em and reregistered em with the new
> name,
> e should be registered as Creampuff3. If eir first attempt to register as 
> Creampuff1 failed because e was already registered, e is still registered
> as
> Codae. The first line of reasoning does not seem to follow from the rules,
> and
> wishing to register is not synonymous with wishing to deregister and
> reregister.
> There already exists a mechanism by which a player may change eir name, so
> the
> entity identified as 'Justin Ahmann' should be registered as the player
> Codae.

This is CFI 102/0. I assign it to Judge teucer.

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